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Importance of Nutrition in Summer
by Tecomate Wildlife Systems

While the temperature climbs and climbs through the summer and many of our minds are fixated on spending time in the water keeping cool, we often forget about those animals which we hunt each winter.  Summer is one of the toughest times for deer, especially with hot summers and scarce rainfall.  Tough environmental conditions are further complicated by the peaking nutritional requirements by deer in the spring and summer months.  Metabolic rate for deer can double during the spring and summer months.  As is such, deer need to consume more…
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TPWD Management Programs
by Cody Zabransky

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has a wide range of programs to allow wildlife managers to increase the value of their property and the…

COYOTES AND FAWNS - A DEADLY COMBINATION
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

A newborn fawn is defenseless, immobile, and left isolated by its mother except for a two to three brief encounters per day for nursing. …



High Fences: Compliment or Curse? - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

In the Part I, I discussed the advantages and disadvantages of high fencing your property for management purposes. In Part II, I will examine…



Big Bucks on Small Tracts – A Profile Of Success
by David Morris

For years, conventional wisdom had it that you had to have thousands of acres to have an effective management program for quality deer. That all…



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Tip #11 - Let Him Grow, So He Can Grow

This QDMA philosophy says it best because, on average, antler size does not peak until a buck is 5-7 years old. 

Successful trophy whitetail hunters learned a long time ago to pass up young and middle-aged bucks to allow more bucks to reach the mature age classes where antler sizes are largest.


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